By Pat Hiban
Your 7-figure actual property source of revenue is 6 easy steps away.
Pat Hiban isn't really a occupation writer who writes theoretically approximately construction wealth—he's a operating genuine property specialist who has compiled 20 years' worthy of necessary adventure into this handbook, which mixes motivational luck ideas with functional tips for flourishing in actual property. In it, you will find out how Pat:
- went from being a raging workaholic to taking 153 days off each one year
- raised his commonplace revenues cost from $92,000 to over $450,000 in 4 uncomplicated steps
- went from $13,000 in every year commissions to over $5 million yearly
- went from 0 foreclosures listings to over 325 in twenty-four months
- acquired his workforce revved up by means of humiliating himself on YouTube
- landed extra buyers through dressing up as Dracula
- became the worst industry in many years into revenue in new areas
- realized a few of his most sensible strategies via approved stealing from his competitors
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Pat still brings a passion to the work he does every day. I’d wager that he’s teaching scripts or mentoring his employees as you read this now. In this book you’ll find many of the best practical strategies and proven systems that helped propel Pat to mega-agent status. You’ll see how Pat was able to climb up and conquer, one step at a time, a long list of carefully planned goals. You can benefit greatly from Pat’s practice in affirmations, his diligence, his trials and errors, his experiments, his failures, and his aha’s—all of which helped him grow his business and his life potential.
I was born seventeen months after my older brother, Michael, who was very verbose and active. I, on the other hand, was very slow to develop. I didn’t speak until I was five, and my parents took me to a shrink to see if I was just super-shy or actually mute. I was labeled as learning disabled in the first grade and put into special education classes. When I did learn to speak, I mixed up many consonants, the most severe being R and W. I sounded like Elmer Fudd—I said “wabbit” instead of “rabbit”—until close to middle school.
He dated the check for Thanksgiving 1995 and kept it in his wallet as a constant reminder of his goal. He said he used to drive to a cliff in southern California after he was done working, look out over the city of Los Angeles, and look at this check. In 1996, he was paid $20 million for The Cable Guy, at that time a record sum to be paid to a comic actor in a film. Clearly, having a tangible, written reminder of your goal really works, because it constantly reminds you of what you’re striving to achieve.
6 Steps to 7 Figures. A Real Estate Professional's Guide to Building Wealth and Creating Your Own... by Pat Hiban